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Whitelisting a mail server ip for incoming messages via exim

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by karikas, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. karikas

    karikas Member

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    Hello,

    There's an outside email address that, when they send email to my server, exim blocks with this message:

    Flipping through exim.conf I see where this error message pops up at:

    So what I would like to do is allow their ip, 216.239.76.134, to bypass this particular check. But I'm completely at a loss on how I would accomplish this (I also do not have the Exim config editor installed for WHM). Does anybody have any advice? I'm hoping there's a one-liner command I need to put in or some file to edit, but exim is awfully mysterious to me.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    neutro Well-Known Member

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    In Exim configuration editor you can whitelist "A comma or colon seperated list of ip addresses that should not be rbl checked (whitelist)."
     
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    Ahh, I think that'll do it, thank you. I hadn't even seen the Exim config editor in WHM before... well, that shows me! Thanks again!
     
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    does this whitelisting works for the callout verification too ?

    or only for RBL listed senders?
     
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